Report: Tibet's environmental quality shines

By Daqiong and Palden Nyima | | Updated: 2022-06-09 18:56
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Pumayumtso Lake in Nakarze county of the Tibet autonomous region [Photo provided to]

The Tibet autonomous region continues to rank among the best places in the world for ecological quality, and its environment is in good condition generally, according to the region's 2021 Environmental Bulletin, which was released last week.

The bulletin, prepared by the regional Department of Environment and Ecology, noted that Tibet has 47 natural reserves, whose combined land area reaches more than 410,000 square kilometers. The reserves account for more than 34 percent of the region's total land.

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